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I have been disabled since o2 and 4 years of antibiotic didnt get me working again but Im an old lady with mental problems that all tests say isnt alzhymers but just lyme disease so now when someone who has called me and wants to know where to start I cant remember the lyme lab that is always posted here as the most relied on and all the tests that they should have instead of only basic lyme. Thanks for giving me the answer to give to someone who needs it.

Oh yes even though I am years of chronic lyme and with mental problems I am still able to live alone and only look at what my life has and how to use it to live so if any of you want a wood item that has had hundreds of hours getting it ready to paint and then painting zillions of dots and quiggle lines to make absolute every color art then I can show you my best medication beside my dog who gets me up when I am dead tired and makes me walk as fast and as far as I can (about 3/4mile) 3 times a day you are with the right crazy but happy to be living old lady because I refuse to let all the negatives take me over.

I havnt been here for at least 2 years cuz the computer use bothers my eyes and always makes me exhausted but Im so happy to be here today so that I can actually be a positive to a needy person. Thank to all of you

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Sick since January 1985. Misdiagnosed for 20 years. Tested CDC positive October 2005. Treating since April 2006.

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I think you mean Igenex labs?

Did you get treated for co-infections

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